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DisplayFusion 9.4 Beta 3 Now Available!

We're very excited to announce that DisplayFusion 9.4 Beta 3 is now available for download! This beta fixes an issue that's currently in Chrome dev channel, where Chrome is blocking hooks. DisplayFusion now uses alternate methods for features like TitleBar Buttons, Monitor Splitting, etc on Chrome windows now. We've fixed a bunch of other minor issues as well, please see the list below.

Important Notes!

  • The first time you open the Settings > Screen Saver tab, it might be very slow to open due to Windows Defender locking the .scr files for a long time during the initial scan

DisplayFusion 9.4 Beta 3 Highlights

  • Fixed Start10 menu opening in the wrong locations sometimes
  • Fixed issues with the Windows 10 Start menu opening in the wrong location sometimes
  • Fixed an issue where Universal apps weren't hooked on first launch
  • Added a new option for disabling "sticky corners" in Windows 10
  • Monitor Fading can now be disable for split monitors

Updating DisplayFusion

We encourage everyone to update to this new version today to take advantage of these improvements. If you've already purchased DisplayFusion, it's a lifetime license, so you can upgrade to this version at no cost! If you would like to see a complete list of all the changes, please visit the DisplayFusion Beta Change Log.

Sep 24, 2018 (modified Mar 15, 2022)  • #1
Hilton Travis' profile on
I see you now hook Universal Applications properly in Windows 10. That's great (I assume), but how do we detect a Windows 10 Universal Application opening and run a trigger to locate it to a set position? I have a bunch of functions defined for locations and they work flawlessly with regular apps and not one single Universal Application.
Sep 29, 2018  • #2
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on
We can only hook the Universal application frames, not the apps themselves, so there's a bit of a trick when using Triggers with them. Set the Process Filename to C:\windows\system32\ApplicationFrameHost.exe, then set the Window Text condition to the name of the app. (e.g. "Calendar"). I've attached a screenshot for reference.
• Attachment: UniversalAppTrigger.jpg [115,747 bytes]
Oct 2, 2018  • #3
Hilton Travis' profile on
Awesome, Keith, that did the trick.

Any chance this can make it into the documentation somewhere? :)
Oct 30, 2018  • #4
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on
Good idea! I've put it on my list to add to the /Help page :)
Oct 30, 2018  • #5
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